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Kentucky Route 922

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South end:  US 60 in Lexington
Major cities  Lexington
Length  31.95 km
North end:  KY 620 north of Georgetown
Counties  Fayette County, Kentucky, Scott County, Kentucky

Kentucky Route 922 (KY 922) is a 19.852 mile (31.949 km) long state highway in northern Kentucky. The southern terminus of the route is at U.S. Route 60 (High Street) in Lexington. The northern terminus is at Kentucky Route 620 north of Georgetown. From US 60 north to US 25, KY 922 is named Oliver Lewis Way. From US 25 north to U.S. Route 62, it is named Newtown Pike.

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Map of KY-922, Kentucky, USA

Route description

The road begins not far from downtown Lexington as a four-lane road. It soon passes by the world headquarters of Lexmark immediately before the road's interchange with New Circle Road, Lexington's orbital beltway. From New Circle Road, it remains a four-lane arterial until it reaches Interstate 64/75 at the northern edge of urban Lexington. It then becomes a scenic two-lane road for the remainder of its length.

References

Kentucky Route 922 Wikipedia


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